The Italian cattle farmer, 96, who never wants to retire

Age is no barrier when it comes to working for many elderly Australians. 

Rick Pisaturo runs his successful cattle farm west of Sydney, runs two companies and multiple trust funds, despite his upcoming 96th birthday later this month.

Born in 1922 in , Mr Pisaturo spent three-and-a-half years in a concentration camp after being caught by Allied Forces and was sent to Australia.

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Rick Pisaturo (pictured) runs his successful cattle farm west of Sydney, runs two companies and multiple trust funds despite his upcoming 96th birthday later this month

Mr Pisaturo spent seven years as a Prisoner of War in Australia before working on a farm in New South Wales from 'dawn to dusk seven days a week' and he hasn't slowed down since

Mr Pisaturo spent seven years as a Prisoner of War in Australia before working on a farm in New South Wales from 'dawn to dusk seven days a week' and he hasn't slowed down since

The businessman (pictured) built one of most successful cattle breeding companies in Australia, Mandalong Poll Shorthorns - which went on to break dozens of records

The businessman (pictured) built one of most successful cattle breeding companies in Australia, Mandalong Poll Shorthorns - which went on to break dozens of records

After spending seven years as a Prisoner of War, the Italian man went to work on

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